North Carolina Wades Through Post-Hurricane Flooding
Waters continue to rise across coastal North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
An aerial view shows a neighborhood that was flooded after Hurricane Matthew in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
Mist rises off the water around a flooded building in Lumberton, Oct. 11.
A man walks through flood waters in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
A car drives through flood waters along Interstate 95 in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
Several abandoned vehicles sit in flood waters at the intersection of John and Benton Streets, Oct. 10, in Goldsboro.
Residents inspect a washed-out section of collapsed road in Fayetteville, Oct. 10.
A group of people are seen walking through flood waters in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
An aerial view shows flood waters after Hurricane Matthew in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
Evacuees ride on a truck as they are rescued from a flooded area in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
A man holds onto a yield sign after trying to swim out to help a truck driver who was stranded in floodwater at U.S. Highway 301 and Tom Starling Road in Hope Mills, Oct. 9. Both people were rescued.
A volunteer firefighter with the Raynham-McDonald Fire Department makes his way through floodwaters to turn off the lights of a school bus in front of W.H. Knuckles Elementary School in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
Rescue teams navigate floodwaters in a neighborhood on in Lumberton, Oct. 10.
A home is inundated by floodwaters, near Lumberton, Oct. 10.
Emergency vehicle lights illuminate water flowing over a road at dusk, Oct. 10 in Lumberton.